More than 200 million coronavirus cases have now been reported worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University data.
The grim milestone was reached Wednesday.
Three countries account for more than 40% of those cases — the United States with 35,292,721 cases, or 18% of total global cases, India with 31,769,132 cases (16%) and Brazil with 19,985,817 cases (10%), CNN reported, citing the Johns Hopkins data.
As of Thursday, 200,652,700 cases have been recorded globally, including 4.3 million related deaths, according to the Johns Hopkins tracker.

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